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Easy tips to cure under eye dark circles

   
Under-eye dark circles are a common problem for older people due to collagen loss and weakening of the skin. It is also hereditary or due to excessive stress, fatigue, lack of sleep, nasal allergies, irritation to make-up products and so on. It is said to be because of the shape of the bones on your face or because of the dropping eyes. It is easier to notice if a person is pale or has a dark complexion.

Occasionally, having an under eye dark circle is a sign that there is a problem with the kidneys, liver or blood flow to the human body. It is also an indication that vitamin K and body water are inadequate.

Natural ways for under eye dark circles:
1.) Cucumber - Cucumber is rich in antioxidants such as vitexin, orientin, and cucurbitacins which help to eliminate the under-eye circle. Put two slices of cucumber chilled on top of your eye for 10 minutes. Do this once a day.

2.) Tomatoes - contain lycopene which helps to protect our skin. Mix one teaspoon of tomato juice and one teaspoon of lime juice before placing it around the eye. Let it soak for 10 minutes and then rinse. Do this twice a day.

3.) Green tea bags - putting two chilled green tea bags over our eyes in 15 minutes will help to slow the growth of blood vessels and capillaries. Do this every day.

4.) Coconut oil - is nourishing and nourishing skin. It can be massaged slightly and let it soak overnight.

5.) Organic castor oil - helps to soften and restore our skin's condition. It removes the under eye dark circle and wrinkles. Apply before bed and rinse the next day.

6.) Pure aloe vera- is a substance that penetrates our skin which helps to restore the natural color. Apply aloe vera juice on the face, let it rest 10-12 minutes and massage lightly. Then rinse with clean water.



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